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's stormy weather. many of us woke up to downed power lineups and trees and flooded streets, depre- everywhere from the strong winds overnight. we've got a bit of a break today but an unsettled start to spring and lawrence says we're still not in the clear. >> no, and last night we had some gusts over 60 miles per hour here in the bay area, a lot of debris out in the roadways, some showers out there right now and pretty good cells. you can see some of that activity now down toward the san jose area and it is indeed coming down pretty good. look at that celine through santa clara, maybe we can take you in for a closer look and get you to the street area and get a better idea. along 101 it is coming down pretty good. they are just pocket amounts of rain moving around the bay area right now. we also have some cells start to go pop up in parts of the north bay right now. this is going to continue, on and off, for the better part of the night probably for the next 24 to 36 hours. but bigger storms are on the way. we'll talk more about that coming up in a few minutes ann. >>> thank you l
cause problems tomorrow. it was 700 feet outside the concord station. linda tells us how service is affected. >> reporter: they're continuing to work on those two cars that did run off the track. you can see them right behind me. the engineers are still examing it. bart says they're going to bring in a giant construction crane. they're going to lift two cars and put them right back on the track. then they can bring in the needed repairs on that damaged section. the ten-car train heading to san francisco international airport just left the station. bart calls it a slow speed derailment. passengers said it was a bumpy ride that to get scary. >> it started shaking back and forth and moving around. it almost felt like we were going over stuff and one of the ladies sitting next to me said, i don't think we should be moving and she got up and started being loud. >> reporter: there's significant track. they're looking to see if work being done near the station caused the derailment. >> when it was crossing over to go into the single track mode, that's when the slow speed derailment happ
: with the harbor closed, he wasn't able to save much. >> it's a joke. sickening. they want to keep us from our property, but they don't want to do anything to save anything. >> reporter: the magnitude of which is still being assessed. >> it's hard-breaking, you know, -- heart-breaking to see this damage occur, someplace you call home, and also you know, where you've been employed. it's overwhelming. >>> in parts of northern california, they did not suffer damage from a tsunami. this was shot in emeryville by mark, and he positioned on youtube. -- he positioned it on youtube. there must have been a larger wave hitting. >>> in crescent city, the young man swept tout to sea is identified as 25-year-old dustin weber. crest sent city saw the highest tsunami waves in the u.s., 8-foot surges. the tsunami continued to create dangerous currents, the crew are waiting for safer conditions before they start to clean up. >> we do get a small tsunami once in a while, a surge, and this is the worst i've ever experienced. >> damage in crescent city is expected to top $25 million. >>> travelers arriving from j
. >> reporter: this man lived across these homes all yellow or red tagged. this pile of rubble used to be one of them. ma were vacation homes, but many housed elderly people. >> the red cross is going to help them for two weeks but what do they do after that. >> reporter: businesses are cleaning up. >> we're packing it up and moving out. cutting up rugs, everything has to be out of here. >> reporter: it's impossible to know how much damage was done here, but the city of capitola is trying to get aid. >> i'm feeling frustrated today. >> reporter: this man owns this business and says everything is contaminated. >> i think there should be a recall of every capitola official. our business is ruined. we will never re-establish business this capitola. >> reporter: the city was overrun with the rains last week. >> if you stop doing maintenance on steel pipes that have been rusting for 40 years and don't replace them, you're going to have what you're looking at right now. >> i'm not angry in the least bit. >> even though she'll have to close our art gallery for at least a month. >> they didn't contro
who try to blow us up. >> reporter: it holds 726 billion, sorry, 726 million barrels, that's almost a r 3/4 of a billion barrels of oil. it might make some money for the federal government if they sold it at $100 a barrel. don knapp, san francisco, thank you. >>> the murder was so gruesome so nobody could identify the victim. now 31 years later they are opening the cold case. they are releasing forensic renderings of the victim. he was in his 20s, 6 feet tall with blonde hair and he had 11 ribs. most people have 12. part of his burned body was found in a gutter in oakland in 1980. police are trying to determine his id so they can focus on suspects who also killed two other when he new. >>> in the east bay police appear to have an armed serial robber on their hands, four 7- eleven stores in concord and walnut grove have been robbed by a man matching the same description. they have released this photo of the suspect and say he robbed at heaved one of the stores in that city. >>> a reward is being offered tonight for the murder of a sikh man near sacramento. two men were shot while wa
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